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Yellow vests for the 25th time in the street in France, but leanest rise since launch
The ‘yellow vests’ come again today on the street in France. It is the 25th time since mid-november that they argue against the social and fiscal policies of the government. Over the past weeks reduced the number of participants.

The French authorities on Saturday throughout the country 18.900 “cardigans jaunes” (yellow bibs) counted, 1.460 in Paris. That made the French ministry of the Interior known.

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It's going to be the leanest rise since the start of the protest. It is the 25th time since mid-november that they argue against the social and fiscal policies of the government. In the demonstrations of last week were the French authorities 23.600 protesters throughout France. The week before there were less than 28,000 people on the leg. The ministry of Home Affairs spoke of ‘the lowest attendance rates since the start. The yellow shirts came with other counts. So would there last week, still about 60,000 demonstrators in the street are gone.

The figures are in stark contrast with the number of demonstrators in november went to protest. When was the emergence by the organization, estimated at nearly 300,000 demonstrators. With the protests knew the protesters around the country roads, oliedepots and businesses flat.

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